1st Edition

The Medieval Charlemagne Legend An Annotated Bibliography

Edited By Susan E. Farrier Copyright 1993
    670 Pages
    by Routledge

    670 Pages
    by Routledge

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    Originally published in 1993, The Medieval Charlemagne Legend is a selective bibliography for the literary scholar, of historical and literary material relating to Charlemagne. The book provides a chronological listing of sources on the legend and man is split into three distinct sections, covering the history of Charlemagne, the literature of Charlemagne and the medieval biography and chronicle of Charlemagne.



    List of Abbreviations

    Part I: The Historical Charlemagne


    2 Foreign Policy

    3. Charles and the Church

    4. Symbols of Imperial Power

    5. Modern Biographies

    Part II: Between History and Legend (Medieval Biography and Chronicle)

    1. Medieval Biographies

    2. Chronicles (Excluding the Turpin)

    Part III: Charlemagne Literature

    1 Reference

    2. Onomastics

    3. Chansons de Geste in Perspective

    4. Compilations and Anthologies

    5. The Influence of the Charlemagne Legends

    6. Charles’ Life in Literature

    7. Roland

    8. Ogier the Dane

    9. La Chanson de Roland

    10. Analogues of the Chanson de Roland

    11. William

    12. William’s Family

    13. Renaud

    14. Charles Martel and His Vassals

    15. Pepin and his Vassals

    16. Charlemagne and his Vassals

    17. Louis and his Vassals

    18. The Families of Nanteuil and the Loherains

    19. Collections of Relevant Studies

    Appendix A: Charlemagne’s Obscure Relatives

    Appendix B: List of Charlemagne Texts Organized by Language

    Index of Authors, Editors, and Translators

    Index of Subjects and Works

    Index of Modern Translations

    Index of Festschrift/Denkschrift Honorees


    Susan E. Farrier